How Provider-Payer Collaboration Maximizes Value-Based Performance Reporting
The HL7® Da Vinci Project is a multi-stakeholder collaborative effort engaging providers, payers and partners with the goal of accelerating the adoption of HL7 FHIR® (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources) as the standard to support and integrate value-based care (VBC) data exchange in real time. As fee for service shifts to value-based care, value-based contracts have emerged as a mechanism that providers and payers may use to better align their contracting structures with broader changes in the healthcare system. This session provides you with front-row access to HL7 Da Vinci Project’s newest use case that aims to develop an HL7 FHIR Implementation Guide to support value-based performance reporting for quality and risk contracts. Proposed by a provider, this use case seeks to solve challenges around the lack of reporting format standardizations, the resource-intensive process, lack of scalability and the complexities of data reconciliation. After a brief high-level perspective regarding the value-based performance reporting component, presenters will highlight the genesis, development, project scope and progress of the use case. The opportunities to tackle the challenges of gathering performance data will be a focus as well as how you can leverage the HL7 Da Vinci project Implementation Guides to improve your reporting.
- Discover the benefits of a standards-based approach to interoperability and how the multi-stakeholder initiative is helping the industry solve healthcare interoperability problems and meet federal requirements
- Compare two stakeholder-based perspectives of the standards-based strategies and lessons learned
- Identify how to get involved, join the growing collaborative community and directly access all of the free and open resources of the multi-stakeholder HL7 Da Vinci Project to solve your interoperability challenges
- Identify benefits and progress of shifting from traditional file formats to real time data exchange between providers and payers to unleash the data required for value base care contracts to be successful
- Discuss the impact of moving to real time data exchange and synchronization of contract performance with payer and provider partners